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Broderick to head Rudman Center at UNH Law School

CONCORD (AP) - Former State Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick Jr. is stepping down as dean of the University of New Hampshire Law School to lead its Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy.

The center is named for the late Republican U.S. Sen. Warren Rudman, who died in 2012. The center aims to promote leadership skills in its students and instill a commitment to justice. ...

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CONCORD (AP) - Former State Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick Jr. is stepping down as dean of the University of New Hampshire Law School to lead its Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy.

The center is named for the late Republican U.S. Sen. Warren Rudman, who died in 2012. The center aims to promote leadership skills in its students and instill a commitment to justice.

Broderick oversaw the merger of the law school with UNH.

He said Friday he's excited to focus his energies on continuing to build the Rudman Center as a lasting legacy to the principles of bipartisanship and democracy that were so important to the senator.

Jordan Budd, who has served as associate dean for academic affairs under Broderick, will serve as interim dean for three years.